Sunday, January 24, 2021

How To Keep The ‘I’ In ‘IDo’: Get Heard, Stay Sane. Commonsense Ways To Communicate With Your Partner While Planning Your Wedding-and beyond!

How To Keep The 'I' In 'IDo': Get Heard, Stay Sane. Commonsense Ways To Communicate With Your Partner While Planning Your Wedding-and beyond!

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“I love my mother, but she’s driving me crazy”

“The stress is too much; I’m ready to elope to Vegas”

“I’m trying to please everyone, but. . .”

“Whatever she wants is fine with me. I’m staying out of it”

“I’m worried that it won’t be perfect”

Ask any bride or groom and chances are they’ll say that at some point in planning for their wedding, they uttered one or more of the above phrases.

Parents have black belts in the art of emotional blackmail. Family and friends will flame toss accusations that come from nowhere—or from a “forgotten” moment five years before. A couple is bombarded with the unforeseen costs—financial and emotional.

While planning for a wedding, the quality of communication between a couple decreases as stress increases. How To Keep The ‘I’ In ‘I Do’ is for couples overwhelmed with the demands of planning their wedding. It’s based in the belief that clear, honest, healthy communication goes a long way to reducing stress by cutting through misunderstanding and misperception.

Through the examples of real life wedding stories, I offer couples simple, easy to use communication tips and techniques to help them get heard and understood, with each other, with family members and with vendors. These strategies allow a couple to stay sane by replacing mind games with effective tools for bringing their wedding dream to reality.

I’m a non-denominational wedding officiant and during the last twenty years I’ve performed over one thousand wedding ceremonies. I’ve celebrated weddings for couples ranging from their early 20’s through their 80’s. I’ve helped couples say their “I Do’s” from The Ritz to grandma’s backyard—and eight of those weddings were featured on reality TV programs.

I’m also a corporate communications coach and trainer. On a daily basis, I help people learn smart, healthy communication skills so they can form satisfying relationships—both professional and personal.

Throughout the book, I draw on my experiences as a wedding officiant and a communications coach. At once humorous, practical and romantic, exercises, self-assessments, checklists and real life stories of couples who made the wedding planning journey will demonstrate dozens of surefire communication skills, tips, and techniques for navigating the wackiness of wedding planning with a minimum of stress.

While reading the book a bride or groom will be able to think to themselves:
• We’re not alone
• We never thought of that before
• There is hope

This book allows a couple to plan their wedding as a couple and so turn their wedding dream into a reality.

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